nature of ray cells is achieved, in part, by radial stem expansion.
The objectives of this experiment were to (i) examine the morphology of the erect and procumbent
glandular trichomes found on the perennial glandular-haired alfalfa clone FGplh13; (ii) examine the exudate associated with the glandular trichomes; and (iii) compare the density and distribution of the erect and procumbent
Hypothesis: Heterogeneous Type II rays feature multiseriates with a central group of procumbent
cells, plus some upright sheathing cells, and few or no wings at tips of multiseriate rays.
4) Blanc Du Bois is a vigorous grape variety similar to Norton in that it has both modest cluster size and a procumbent
Rays mostly homocellular with typically procumbent
cells to heterocellular, with 1 row of upright and/or square marginal cells, 6-8 per mm, 1 to 3 occasionally up to 4 cells wide, commonly less than 1 mm, to slightly more than 1 mm: 220(250-691)1050 [m in height.
Houstonia serpyllifolia Michaux, in subgenus Houstonia, has delicate procumbent
stems that root at the nodes.
Some field-grown plants of the most viny and procumbent
genotype of the three, PI 227687, have main stems and/or branches reaching lengths of 3 to 4 m when planted in mid-May at Stoneville, MS (1991, personal observation).
Stems of many Polygonum plants in our study also showed flexibility in habit, often being decumbent or even procumbent
at the base of the plant.
Tender published on procumbent
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For example, septate fibers, in addition to their presence in the Lythraceae, appear in the Onagraceae, Oliniaceae, Psiloxylaceae, and parts of the Melastomataceae and Combretaceae; paratracheal parenchyma also appears in parts of the Myrtaceae, Combretaceae, Melastomataceae, and Crypteroniaceae; specialized rays with an emphasis on procumbent
cells are common in the Melastomataceae and Onagraceae; and vascular tracheids also are found in the Combretaceae (van Vliet & Baas, 1984).
Bianc Du Bois is a moderate to highly vigorous grape variety that has a procumbent
or sprawling growth habit adaptable to either a vertical shoot positioned or a downward sprawling vine-training system.
Rhizomes are suberect to procumbent
or scandent, sometimes short-creeping, rigid, densely scaly.